Leving Legal Team To Lecture to Trial Lawyers on Child Abuse and Parental Alienation
CHICAGO, May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading Matrimonial Attorneys Jeffery Leving, Arthur Kallow and Maureen Gorman have been selected to lecture for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education's upcoming "Child Abuse in Family Law Cases" Conference on Thursday, May 16, 2013 at the UBS Tower & Conference Center, in Chicago.
Leving will lecture on "Defending False Abuse Allegations" and Art Kallow and Maureen Gorman will lecture on "Parental Alienation."
Leving has spent thirty years as a family law attorney pursuing his passion and winning unwinnable cases. Leving's lecture will help train lawyers to defend false allegations of abuse in custody and visitation cases. He will discuss the strategic planning necessary to defend and win cases where the welfare of children hang in the balance.
Kallow and Gorman's presentation will explore the controversial subject of Parental Alienation to help practicing attorneys succeed in custody and visitation disputes despite one parent's attempt to destroy the relationship between the other parent and their child.
Art Kallow firmly believes that children are the ultimate victims of parental alienation. Gorman states: "Parental Alienation, if not handled correctly by the attorney for the alienated parent, can result in long-lasting, even permanent psychological trauma to the child.
Jeffery M. Leving is renowned for his strong advocacy on behalf of disenfranchised fathers and co-authorship of the Illinois Joint Custody Law and other legislation. Named one of "America's Best Lawyers" by Forbes Radio™, President Obama recently awarded him the National Lifetime Call to Service Award.
Art Kallow, a successful veteran of many high-profile and highly contested cases, is frequently appointed by judges to represent children in custody and visitation proceedings. Art has represented family law clients in Illinois, Iowa, Florida, Georgia and California. Jeff Leving and Art Kallow recently represented and helped a Chicago man recover his son from the mother in Los Angeles based on allegations of neglect and suspected alienation.
Maureen Gorman recently won three Department of Children and Family Services' appeals in a row. She applies her talents and passion through zealous advocacy in courtrooms and before administrative agencies.
For more information, call Jennifer Whiteside 312-296-3666 and visit www.dadsrights.com.
SOURCE The Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving